I had 3 question for Mr. Teper:
With the new app model and the office add-ins new developers are interested in office 365. What do you think about that?
What about InfoPath. Any news about that?
Office groups are a great way to collaborate with some people. Behind it is a teamsite you said in the keynote. Will it be possible to enrich the document library with metadata and content types?
The idea behind groups is a common list of people that you can use across all the resources in Office 365. There is a shared calendar, a notebook, conversation and a document library. We want to make sure we solve the simplest needs of the group first and then we go to the more advanced needs. Those a great examples: metadata, workflow and views. We started just with the simple solution. Under the covers, that document library that shows up like “files” in the groups, is actually a simplified version of the teamsite. In that first phase we didn’t have the time to do all the work to expose all the SharePoint functionality into the context of the groups. We wanted to be sure we got the first step out as really simple. In our roadmap we will make sure that any group will have a real teamsite. We are going to make is modern and easy to use and we will have advanced document library features like metadata and so on.